18 January 2010

Michel Pilz/Buschi Niebergall/Paul Lovens Trio - Live in Imola '78

Few days ago (01/09) it was the twentieth anniversary of
Niebergall's death : this post is dedicated to the memory of
one of the first and most influential European free jazz player.

Rec. live at "Rocca Sforzesca", Imola, Italy, on July 13, 1978
(mics recording)

Michel Pilz,bass clarinet
Buschi Niebergall,bass
Paul Lovens,drums

1. Track #1 (22:24)
2. Track #2 (13:36)
3. Track #3 (04:39)

Total Time 40:40

9 comments:

riccardo said...

mp3 (92 MB) :
http://rapidshare.com/files/337324064/MP_BN_PL_Imola_78_mp3.rar

flac (271 MB) :
http://rapidshare.com/files/337331641/MP_BN_PL_Imola_78_flac.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/337339269/MP_BN_PL_Imola_78_flac.part2.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/337344836/MP_BN_PL_Imola_78_flac.part3.rar

Anonymous said...

Are you sure about Lovens? I have Uwe Schmitt listed as drummer.

Munnnnnph said...

thank you

glmlr said...

Excellent! Thank you very much.

kinabalu said...

A couple of our previous Pilz/Niebergall posts, both of them 1978, have had Uwe Schmitt as drummer: here and here.

Can't say anything definite about this one, but it is a 1978 concert, too. Any ideas?

riccardo said...

about the drummer :

i was there taping the concert,
the Festival official program quotes Lovens as drummer, the Festival's review by our "Musica Jazz" (October '78 - A.Polillo) also quotes Lovens,
more i can't say.

Anonymous said...

The version I have starts with a stage announcement mentioning Uwe Schmitt. I'll download this to compare, thanks for providing this.

Listening now to my version, the drummer plays a preparation-free standard set (which is not very Lovens-like).

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Roches Noires said...

Superb. Thanks. Pilz plays the bass clarinet like a loping giraffe. Just wonderful.

- RN